Tom Selby: What the election result means for UK savings policy

Intergenerational fairness to top of agenda

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Tom Selby: "We urge the new government to consider establishing an independent pension tax commission to take this central tenet of our pensions framework out of the political fire."
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Tom Selby: "We urge the new government to consider establishing an independent pension tax commission to take this central tenet of our pensions framework out of the political fire."

He didn't get a huge amount of sleep last night but Tom Selby is still going to have a stab at drawing some early conclusions on what the general election result could mean for UK savings policy

Jeremy Corbyn's only gone and won it! Except, of course, that he hasn't - he's lost. But by a hell of a lot less than everyone expected. Which is a kind of victory in itself - isn't it? You might be...

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